Don't Quit Your Gay Job - Netflix

Rob and Sean are gay and working your gay job....

Best friends Rob Easton and Sean Horlor are determined to figure out what it takes to make it "out" there in the big wide world. The premise: Rob and Sean meet someone doing a job. That person teaches them how to do it. And then they compete to see who does it better.\ \ Don't Quit Your Gay Job showcases the personal successes and humiliating disappointments of these two friends as they strive to find themselves and new perspectives while learning about gay life on the job.

Don't Quit Your Gay Job - Netflix

Type: Reality

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2009-08-31

Don't Quit Your Gay Job - Rob Easton - Netflix

Rob Easton is a Canadian media personality best known for co-hosting the gay television series Don't Quit Your Gay Job (DQYGJ), that was launched in 2009 on OUTtv. In the series, he competes with friend and co-host Sean Horlor to master stereotypical gay and non-gay jobs. Each episode features Easton and Horlor competing to see who can be the most successful at a given job. The first season of the show (2009) had six episodes about jobs as bus driver, stripper, equestrian, dominatrix, modelling and drag. The second season featured curling, hockey, policing and extreme wrestling. Prior to DQYGJ, Easton took part in CBC Radio's The Early Edition, in Radio-Canada's Téléjournal Colombie-Britannique, and wrote for Xtra Vancouver and The Georgia Straight, and in 2011 was a story editor for HGTV's Urban Suburban. He worked as cinematographer for How Far Will You Go? a documentary about gay modeling. He also worked with Mado Lamotte in the Montreal drag club Cabaret Mado and is part of the Chor Leoni Men's Choir.

Don't Quit Your Gay Job - Personal life - Netflix

Easton grew up on Vancouver Island in Campbell River, where he tries to get to as often as he can. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from the University of Victoria and a Diploma of Technology in Broadcast Journalism from British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT).

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